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Redistributing Advantage.Net (Newbie question.)

3 posts in Visual Basic Last posting was on 2006-03-03 13:59:13.0Z
Joseph Sweeney Posted on 2006-02-28 02:54:21.0Z
From: "Joseph Sweeney" <joe@the-sweeneys.com>
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Subject: Redistributing Advantage.Net (Newbie question.)
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Hi folks,

I've completed my application in Visual Studio 2003, vb.net and have built
an installer using the VS2003 setup projet wizard. However, the application
is not locating all dependant files under found in the advantage .net
redistribute directory: specifically it's only including the
advantage.data.provider.dll.

I hope my thinking is correct here, but should all I need to do to get
advantage working correctly in the installed program is include them in the
application directory for the setup project?

If there is a tutorial on redistributing advantage in an application using
Visual Studio, I'd love a link.

Cheers,
JS


Dirk Erickson Posted on 2006-02-28 22:52:27.0Z
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From: Dirk Erickson <advantage@extendedsystems.com>
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Yes, you should deploy the Advantage DLLs to your application directory..

Currently there is just the help file information on deploying an
Advantage application, but I'm suggesting that we add a white-paper and
or on-line seminar on deploying Advantage application and the Advantage
server.

Hopefully this helps,

Dirk Erickson
Supervisor - Advantage Technical Services
iAnywhere Solutions Inc.

Joseph Sweeney wrote:

> Hi folks,
>
> I've completed my application in Visual Studio 2003, vb.net and have built
> an installer using the VS2003 setup projet wizard. However, the application
> is not locating all dependant files under found in the advantage .net
> redistribute directory: specifically it's only including the
> advantage.data.provider.dll.
>
> I hope my thinking is correct here, but should all I need to do to get
> advantage working correctly in the installed program is include them in the
> application directory for the setup project?
>
> If there is a tutorial on redistributing advantage in an application using
> Visual Studio, I'd love a link.
>
> Cheers,
> JS
>
>
>


Marc Verkade [Marti IT] Posted on 2006-03-03 13:59:13.0Z
From: "Marc Verkade [Marti IT]" <marc@martiNOSPAM.nl>
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Subject: Re: Redistributing Advantage.Net (Newbie question.)
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That would be nice!
Thanx!

--
Grtz,
Marc Verkade


"Dirk Erickson" <advantage@extendedsystems.com> schreef in bericht
news:4404D42B.3050102@extendedsystems.com...

> Yes, you should deploy the Advantage DLLs to your application directory..
>
> Currently there is just the help file information on deploying an
> Advantage application, but I'm suggesting that we add a white-paper and or
> on-line seminar on deploying Advantage application and the Advantage
> server.
>
> Hopefully this helps,
>
> Dirk Erickson
> Supervisor - Advantage Technical Services
> iAnywhere Solutions Inc.
>
>
> Joseph Sweeney wrote:
>
>> Hi folks,
>>
>> I've completed my application in Visual Studio 2003, vb.net and have
>> built an installer using the VS2003 setup projet wizard. However, the
>> application is not locating all dependant files under found in the
>> advantage .net redistribute directory: specifically it's only including
>> the advantage.data.provider.dll.
>>
>> I hope my thinking is correct here, but should all I need to do to get
>> advantage working correctly in the installed program is include them in
>> the application directory for the setup project?
>>
>> If there is a tutorial on redistributing advantage in an application
>> using Visual Studio, I'd love a link.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> JS
>